Simply Sewing, Inc.
We proudly carry the full line of Husqvarna Viking sewing machines. When you purchase a machine from Simply Sewing Inc you will receive free Owner's Classes, a free cleaning at the end of the first year and a 1 year trade-up policy. We believe that if you understand your sewing machine and accessories, your sewing will be easier and you will have more fun.
We offer one-on-one Owner's Classes for all machines purchased here as well as most other brands. We also offer a variety of group classes throughout the month. Check our classes page for more information.
Does your machine need repaired? We service almost all makes and models of sewing machines and sergers. We do recommend that you have your sewing machines serviced yearly to keep them running smoothly. Call or e-mail us for more information.
Our Owner/Operator, Ann Pflibsen.
Aside from running the daily operations, Ann is also our Software expert. She teaches all software classes and all communication classes.
When she has free time Ann enjoys making quilts and heirloom sewing.
Our Resident Quilting Guru, Ethel Wilkerson.
Teaching a range of classes from the monthly sewing project to beginning quilt classes to one-on-one beginner's garment classes all the way to Kid's Camp, Ethel is a talented and diverse sewer. Having taught primary school students previously in life, Ethel is great at explaining and demoing things to anyone.
Our Bling Queen, Marlene Beeler.
Marlene's area of expertise is specialty embroidery techniques. She also is incredibly talented in finding any way possible to add a bit of embellishment to anything. Hot fix crystals, Angelina fibers, applique, yarn or texture magic. You name it, she can embellish with it.
Our Service Technician,
Anna is a Husqvarna Viking factory certified service technician. She also teaches one on one sewing classes and Embroidery Workshop.
In her free time she especially enjoys specialty free motion techniques such as thread painting.
Angela is the newest member of the Fab Five. She teaches one on one sewing classes, 12 Months of Christmas, and Embroidery Club. Though she is new to machine embroidery and software she has taken to it quite well. She has several finished projects under her belt and has plans for many more.
The Fab Five